Thanks for the response Greg. I was using the Govunor and it added all the
jaxws artifacts in the imports.
I guess I have to manually add only the necessary imports.
Greg Barton wrote:
java packages can not have hyphens. A package name must consist of java
identifiers and periods:
The package-info cannot be imported, even in a regular java file. (Really,
just try!) It's used to apply package level annotations, but beyond this
has no use, afaik. When compiled it creates an abstract interface that
cannot be extended or imported. (Because it's named using an identifier
that contains a hyphen...)
--- On Mon, 3/23/09, Abu Rasheed <aburasheed(a)studentmasjid.com> wrote:
> From: Abu Rasheed <aburasheed(a)studentmasjid.com>
> Subject: [rules-dev] drools compiler issue
> To: rules-dev(a)lists.jboss.org
> Date: Monday, March 23, 2009, 3:41 PM
> I'm using the Drools 5.0.0 M5, with Guvnor, when I tried
> to save and
> validate my configuration, I got this error:
> [ERR 102] Line 5:63 mismatched input '-'
> It's pointing to this line:
> import <my pachage path>.package-info
> Does drools support package with "-" characters?
> The package is part of
> jaxws generated artifacts.
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